Development Cooperation Handbook/Designing and Managing Programmes/Program implementation or execution

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Programmes are implemented through projects. In a sense the "projects" can be considered the "activities" of a programme. The difference is that the activities of a project are defined while the project is being planned. Projects are developed later, once the programme structure is decided. In a sense, implementing programmes is the same as implementing a series of projects. This will be the topic we tackle in the next chapter: Designing Executing and Evaluating Projects. But programme management besides the management of projects requires also the management of project integration and Support. Programme operations includes :

Tools[edit | edit source]

Templates[edit | edit source]

Template: Programme Plan

Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Guideline: How to manage programmes for a learning organization that is projectized and employee empowering.

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In other sections of this handbook
Designing and Managing Projects
How do we manage the human resources of programmes and projects?
The 9 Topic Areas Of Project Management Knowledge